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Posted on Tue, 16 Oct 2018 00:08:57 GMT



Fresno City Hall extends hours for permitting services counter - The Business Journal


Fresno City Hall extends hours for permitting services counter
The Business Journal
“This is another strong step forward toward my goal of making Fresno the most business-friendly city in California,” said Brand. “We're continually working to find ways to make it easier to do business at City Hall and I'm proud of the continued effort ...


Posted on Mon, 15 Oct 2018 20:40:24 GMT



Arrest or a $1000 max. fine for bad scooter behavior? Some scoff at proposed city rule - Fresno Bee


Fresno Bee

Arrest or a $1000 max. fine for bad scooter behavior? Some scoff at proposed city rule
Fresno Bee
The ordinance was introduced to the council Thursday after the city of Fresno last month issued Bird a cease-and-desist letter. Bird Rides Inc., a Santa Monica-based company that provides dockless motorized scooters for public use, dropped a number of ...
Powered Scooter Parking Requirements and General Guidelines - SFMTASFMTA

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Posted on Sat, 13 Oct 2018 16:04:25 GMT



Fresno City road work, lane closures and traffic alerts Oct-Nov 21st - KMPH Fox 26


KMPH Fox 26

Fresno City road work, lane closures and traffic alerts Oct-Nov 21st
KMPH Fox 26
Fresno, Calif. — -Lane Closures on Westbound Shaw Avenue-. Between Shaw Lane and Valentine and on Valentine Between Shaw and Barstow for utility work. What: Lane closures on westbound Shaw Avenue between Shaw Lane and Valentine and on ...


Posted on Sat, 13 Oct 2018 19:16:33 GMT



Higher water, sewer, wastewater rates? Fresno City Council says now's not a good time - Fresno Bee


Fresno Bee

Higher water, sewer, wastewater rates? Fresno City Council says now's not a good time
Fresno Bee
A split Fresno City Council voted 4-3 Thursday to reject a proposal to start the process for utility rate increases, citing bad timing and concern about public outreach. The agenda item from the Department of Public Utilities required a vote to start ...
Fresno City Council delays process to increase public utility ratesYourCentralValley.com
Fresno sells parking lot to baseball team and debates how to spend the moneyKFSN-TV
Fresno Council Says 'No' to Utility Hikes, For Nowgvwire.com

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Posted on Fri, 12 Oct 2018 00:21:26 GMT



Will these electric scooters make a comeback? Fresno City Council debates the matter - KFSN-TV


KFSN-TV

Will these electric scooters make a comeback? Fresno City Council debates the matter
KFSN-TV
The Fresno city council is expected to decide soon if electric scooters could buzz along on city streets. Two scooter companies Lime and Bird asked the city council to allow them to operate. Both companies are seeking permits to provide what they call ...
Bird, other scooter rentals could make a comeback in FresnoYourCentralValley.com

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Posted on Fri, 12 Oct 2018 13:25:02 GMT



Rapper Common Discusses Mental Health Reform at Fresno City College - YourCentralValley.com


YourCentralValley.com

Rapper Common Discusses Mental Health Reform at Fresno City College
YourCentralValley.com
FRESNO, California - Students and faculty at Fresno City College heard from three-time Grammy winner Common. The rapper is highlighting mental health reform. It's part of Imagine Justice's Hope and Redemption tour here in the Central Valley.


Posted on Fri, 12 Oct 2018 04:16:21 GMT



Fresno City College celebrates $1 million state funding for CTE program - Fresno Bee


Fresno Bee

Fresno City College celebrates $1 million state funding for CTE program
Fresno Bee
Fresno City College got a $1 million boost in state funding for its Career and Technical Education program. The college celebrated the funding Tuesday morning in an event with Assemblyman Joaquin Arambula, D-Fresno, who helped secure the funds in the ...
Fresno City College recives $1 million boost to CTE programKFSN-TV
$1 Million check presented to Fresno City College for its CTE ProgramYourCentralValley.com

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Posted on Tue, 09 Oct 2018 20:47:45 GMT



City council president, boyfriend wanted burglar to get max sentence. Judge gave less - Fresno Bee


Fresno Bee

City council president, boyfriend wanted burglar to get max sentence. Judge gave less
Fresno Bee
Esmeralda Soria, president of the Fresno City Council, trembled Friday as she told a judge how she felt when a burglar awakened her in March this year after he broke into the home of her boyfriend, developer Terance Frazier. “I felt personally violated ...
Burglar who was beaten up by homeowner sentenced to four years in prisonKFSN-TV

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Posted on Fri, 12 Oct 2018 21:06:32 GMT



Is Fresno County still killing dogs, cats at highest rate in state? Data show change - Fresno Bee


Fresno Bee

Is Fresno County still killing dogs, cats at highest rate in state? Data show change
Fresno Bee
But in a report last fall to the Fresno City Council, the agency reported that out of 14,000 dogs and 12,000 cats taken in during the previous 12 months, it achieved a “live release rate” – the percentage of animals leaving the shelter alive, whether ...


Posted on Sun, 14 Oct 2018 23:04:42 GMT



Fresno City College receives $1 million boost to Career and Technical Education program - KFSN-TV


KFSN-TV

Fresno City College receives $1 million boost to Career and Technical Education program
KFSN-TV
... lags behind as the rest of the nation enjoys economic prosperity, this investment of $1 million in equipment and supplies will help our Valley residents gain a piece of that economic prosperity too," said Dr Carole Goldsmith president as Fresno ...

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Posted on Wed, 10 Oct 2018 00:19:04 GMT



 

 
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